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Can Britain be rebuilt to meet global priorities?

At the end of October, Rishi Sunak, a multimillionaire of Indian origin, became the new prime minister of the UK. The election of the new prime minister was more like an appointment: he came to power without the usual struggle and competition in such cases. All possible opponents gave up, making way for Sunak.

Liz Truss will be replaced by a clever financier who will have to inscribe in the "Brave New World" where the centre of Anglo-Saxon domination moves from NATO and the Atlantic to AUCUS* and the Pacific Ocean, and the key strategic region for the Americans becomes Rishi Sunak's native Indo-Pacific.

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*AUKUS – a trilateral security pact between Australia, the UK, and the US.

The election of Rishi Sunak as Britain's new prime minister is a momentous occasion. Winston Churchill must be turning in his grave. Indeed, for the first time in modern and contemporary history, a British government and, even more broadly, a European government was headed by a non-European. Well, Charles III will have to approve the new prime minister.

Let's leave the story about decolonisation and the coming to power in the former metropole of a traditional Hindu in the year of the 75th anniversary of India's independence to the enthusiastic fans of Sunak in Hindustan. The causes and consequences of such an appointment are far more important.

The Sunaks are a Khatri family, an influential merchant caste from the Punjab, whose members were also involved in state governance and military affairs. Notably, the Khatri family has Hindu but also Muslim and Sikh branches. The leaders of Sikhism are Khatri. This "branching" of the influential caste community seems to "bring" the first Hindu prime minister to the masses. Rishi Sunak's and his wife, Akshata Murthy's parents, are from Tanganyika and Kenya, British East Africa.

Akshata's parents are South Indian Brahmins, members of the upper caste. Rishi Sunaka's father-in-law, Narayana Murti, is a billionaire and one of the founders of the Indian IT sector with the most extensive connections not only in The Foggy Albion and India but also in the US and Africa.

His close relative is Gururaj Deshpande, a US IT tycoon and co-chairman of the National Advisory Council on Innovation and Entrepreneurship. One of his closest business associates is Richard Sharp, the Chairman of the BBC… Anyway, listing all the known immediate family, business, and financial ties of Sunak and his clan is impossible, and that is not the point.

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Unlike his destructive predecessor, the new prime minister fits in perfectly with the US objectives of reformatting the United Kingdom. The Americans do not need an independent London that, with its imperial phantom pains and bold initiative, often plays against the interests of Washington, including in such sensitive and conflict-ridden areas as Ukraine, Central Asia, and the Middle East. Rishi Sunak, the "decolonising" financial manager, is in charge.

In the wake of a severe economic crisis and the fall of Britain, he can "work with the assets" of both the British elites and population "on the sly" by rousting some and beating the "colonialist" crap out of others with his ultra-liberal economic approach. The British should be left with no independent outside interests other than survival.

On the other hand, British foreign policy must be reconfigured exclusively with a focus on US interests and the new AUCUS alliance, for which the Indo-Pacific region is becoming the central region. Rishi Sunak's background, family and business ties with the US, North and South India and East Africa, and personal anti-China sentiment will come in handy here too.

So Sunak's job as Prime Minister will be to dismantle the old Britain and its monarchy and create a new one that will abandon global imperial ambitions and focus on creating a new Anglo-Saxon world nucleus in Indo-Pacific.

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